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This review is from: Link Depot DVI-2-HDMI 6.56 ft. Black HDMI to DVI Cable M-M
Pros: *Gold Plated Connectors
*Thick cable (Better EMI/RFI Shielding)
*Sturdy (see above)
Cons: *The bulky DVI end can create issues with some monitors connector setups.
Other Thoughts: I almost wasn't able to use cable due the spacing behind my monitor where the connectors are. However the cable allowed for just enough flexibility for it to work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *8GB of Ram
Other Thoughts: Wishing my laptop supported a higher speed of ram but hey you get what you pay for. Slapped this kit in my Toshiba Satellite L755D-S5204 and just like that, went from 4GB of ram to 8GB. +1 to Team Group for making an affordable/functional kit of ram.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *Thuban IMC (Native 1600Mhz support)
*Backwards compatible with select AM2+ Platforms
*6MB L3 Cache
*Undervolts like a champ
*Runs absurdly cool
*75% chance of unlocking to x6 operation
*All these features for $125?
Cons: *Sucks to have your hopes dashed if it doesn't unlock :P (not really a con)
Other Thoughts: I have ordered three of these in the last 6 months and two of them have unlocked to x6 successfully one was power hungry at 4.0Ghz and another ran 1.37v at 4.0Ghz o_O. To all the people looking to get better temps when unlocked to x6 look into Threads about undervolting, this can and will seriously lower your temps. The 960T comes overvolted quite a bit. I have friends on a forum I frequent whom have lowered there voltages to 1.12v at stock clocks and remained P95 stable 24/7.
I am about to order my fourth 960T here shortly for use in my grandmothers AM2+ system so she gets a nice boost in performance without me having to tinker with a new OS as that would confuse her.
Bottom line folks is that this cpu is one helluva deal for an AMD cpu and I would highly recommend this cpu over the FX line anyday.
What are you waiting for? Buy this processor before they run out of stock!